Tag: supply chain

Idir Hamaz

Meet Idir Hamaz, R&D engineer

15 November 2021

1. Hi Idir, would you like to introduce yourself in a few words? My name is Idir Hamaz and I will soon turn 30 years old. In 2018, I received a Ph.D. in operational research, and since March 2020, I have been working as a research engineer at Flowlity and working on problems linked to

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e-commrce

E-commerce, ecology and continuous improvement

7 September 2021

Every year, nearly $2 trillion is lost worldwide due to poor inventory management in the retail industry.  Even if the situation was previously considered “acceptable”, everything may be turned upside down next January. Having been voted in by the French National Assembly in December 2019, new anti-waste legislation, which includes a ban on destroying unsold

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Raw material scarcity and supply chain resilience

Shortage in the glass industry: Read Olivier Douard’s analysis

13 July 2021

The industrial world is currently experiencing unprecedented shortages. Metals, plastics, building materials, and especially in the glass industry. While companies are barely recovering from the health crisis, these new upheavals are undermining France’s economic recovery. Olivier Douard, Technical Delegate at UDIVP (Union des Installateurs de Verre Plat, a French association for glass professionals), gives us

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synchronization

Synchronization: real need or new buzzword?

23 June 2021

Surely like me you are seeing this word “synchronization” more and more on your Linkedin Feed. What does it exactly mean and why are people talking about it more and more? https://www.linkedin.com/posts/leonor-cristovao-14512725_synchronized-planning-and-fulfillment-activity-6803066581132955648-bpoM   I have worked in supply chain tech for more than 10 years now and have even created a company in this field.

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Supply chain and environmental risks

18 May 2021

Since the health crisis began, supply chains have suffered unprecedented strain and disruption. While COVID-19 has brought their weaknesses and lack of resilience to the foreground, supply chains have become more crucial than ever before. But should we expect further upheaval? According to CDP, who collects environmental data from 8,000 companies, environmental risks could directly

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Flowlity Now Available on SAP® Store

Flowlity Now Available on SAP® Store

6 May 2021

By integrating with SAP ERP and SAP S/4HANA®, Flowlity’s solution delivers supply chain excellence and digitalization to customers Paris — May 6, 2021 — Flowlity today announced that its self-named forecast and planning SaaS solution is now available on SAP® Store, the digital marketplace for SAP and partner offerings. Flowlity integrates with SAP ERP and

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bouteille

Thermoplastics and struggles with raw material price rises

19 April 2021

Just behind the metal industry, feverish price rises have also reached thermoplastics, with a notable 30% overall increase in the price of PVC since September.  Faced with this unprecedented situation, the French Construction Plastics Union (Union Plasturgie Bâtiment) has published an open letter to the French Ministry of the Economy, Finance, and the Recovery, claiming that

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MRP supply chain

Finding solutions to MRP Supply Chain problems

15 December 2020

It is with great confidence that I took a position as a procurement planner for Yoplait / General Mills early 2019. After all, I had several years of experience in the Supply Chain world. I started my career at Bel group for 4 years, joining as a production planner and then evolving in the implementation

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Flowlity wins European Supply Chain Startup Contest 2020

20 October 2020

The French start-up Flowlity won the European Supply Chain Start-up Pitch during the hybrid inNOWvate Supply Chain Event in the Dutch city of Utrecht on 13 October 2020. This prestigious competition is organized by Supply Chain Media. Flowlity received a clear majority of the 389 votes that were submitted by the audience watching online. Supply Chain Media publishes

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